Madison High School (Madison Heights, Michigan)

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Madison High School is a public high school located in Madison Heights, Michigan in Oakland County. Its school mascot is the Eagle. It is a part of Madison District Public Schools.

The original high school was built in 1924 to serve students who had attended the one-room school houses in the southern half of what is now Madison Heights. Its first graduating class, in 1929, consisted of two students. The Madison School District became a graded district in 1925. The original high school's gymnasium would have its first electric scoreboard in 1941, the result of a magazine sale conducted by the Eagles basketball team. In 1958 the current Madison High School was built; the former high school is now Wilkinson Middle School.[1]

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Coordinates: 42°29′30″N 83°05′48″W / 42.4917°N 83.0968°W / 42.4917; -83.0968